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How Can a Bathroom Renovation Improve Your Home?
When it comes to home improvements and repairs, nothing can boost the value of your home like a luxurious bathroom renovation. Investing money into your home’s existing bathroom can not only increase the resale value of your home, but it can vastly improve the appearance, function and even the feel of your home. If you are considering any home renovations, consider remodeling your bathroom.
Inexpensive renovations, such as adding mirrors, can instantly make your bathroom feel larger. This step alone increases the value of your home in the eye of many buyers. Other touches, such as a warm paint color, beautiful lighting fixtures and rich touches such as soft towels and comfortable area rugs can make your home feel more lavish and expensive.
To get the biggest bang for your buck, choose small but smart renovations. Replace broken ceramic tile with real stone, or remove those old laminate counters and install new granite. These bathroom renovations are relatively low-cost but make a large impact and improve the ambiance of your home.
Choosing a Bathroom Renovator Contractor
Most of us do not have the knowledge or expertise required to renovate our bathroom ourselves. It is often necessary to hire a contractor, electrician or plumber to help complete the job. It is important that you choose your contractors carefully. Begin by seeking referrals from friends and family members. Ask if they can recommend a reliable contractor to you. Contact each contractor and perform a quick phone interview. Ask about their experience, availability, estimated costs and whether or not they are insured. If they seem like a potential candidate, invite them to your home to view your bathroom and discuss your ideas. They should be able to give you an estimated time frame for completion, as well as an estimate of their charges so that you can factor the cost of the contractor into your budget.